Know Your Voting Rights
Voter ID Law
You will be asked for photo ID but will still be allowed to vote regularly without it. Voters without ID should NOT be asked to vote on a provisional ballot.
Voting for the first time at your polling place?
If you are voting for the first time at your polling place, you WILL need to show some form of ID, although it does NOT have to be a photo ID.
Accepted forms of photo ID can be found here.
Accepted non-photo IDs (must list your name and current address):
- Voter registration card
- ID issued by a PA or U.S. agency
- Gun permit
- Recent utility bill
- Recent bank statement
- Recent paycheck
- Recent government check
Not Registered to Vote?
“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt (32nd U.S. President)
Registering to vote and voting in an election is of vital importance to our way of life. If you want your voice to be heard on the issue that matter, then click here to register today.
Learn More About Your Voting Rights
Visit the VotesPA website for more information on requesting a mail-in ballot, finding a ballot drop-off box in your voting district, or reporting suspicious or fraudulent voting activity.
Learn about our COPE Committee and how to become politically active today!